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- Tennis Court
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- Drycleaning onsite
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Had breakfast at Hotel then went up to see Linda and say goodbye to Wolfgang. Jan then drove us into Saarbrucken for the day as he had to spend time with Linda making arrangements for the funeral. Walked around the lovely St Johann Market Place with pretty shops and restaurants and down along the river bank. Jan picked us up and back to our hotel. Later we went out to a nice Italian restaurant for dinner. Had an early night to bed as we were still ...
Started our trek back to where we started late morning, the Don pinched a bike from the hire place before they opened to go up to the store for some breakfast supplies. A pleasant day spent on board cruising but it was a long one being eight hours on the water. We all assumed a role as the 17 locks become same same, this is not to say that we were uninterested but a hard boat to paddle with ...
... the same clothes each day, sure not all that fashionable but more wears than you want to know before a wash takes place, hand washing for over two months now, the Italian national flag generally on display wherever we are. Go for a wander into the village as we are desperate for supplies. Pass the all purpose we have a little of everything local french shop so know we can stock up. Time to explore, this is one of our great past times, not knowing what is around the next corner in ...
... of Champagne-Ardenne. As we were driving through this part of France we hadn't seen any grapes and I thought it would be pretty hilarious to be in the Champagne region and not see any vineyards, lucky we went to Verzy! Next to Verzy is the village of Verzenay. Verzenay is very quiet, surrounded by fields of grapevines and home to many wine caves. From Saarbrucken tomorrow we are going to Wurzburg, to begin our journey down the Romantic Road in Bavaria. Bye for ...
... the visit in Orbey I started west. I drove about 2 hours to Saint-Avold where I stopped for the night. On the way I passed Freyming-Merlebach, that used to be a major coal mining center. When I was a pastor in this area, many of my parishioners worked in the mines, which have since been closed due to safety and profitability issues. I thought of Serge as I passed. A big man with a big smile; he died saving other men after a gas explosion accident in the ...